|I remember you - Ada Jones|
A comic song by the popular soprano Ada Jones on a Columbia Indestructible (#1004) cylinder from ca. 1906. "Wasn't you the 'fella' with the open umbrella that I met one rainy day upon the avenue?"
Keywords: cylinder record; comic
Downloads: 3,155 (1 review)
|Keep a little cosy corner in your heart for me - Ada Jones|
From Edison Gold Moulded cylinder #9060, recorded in April of 1905.
Keywords: cylinder record; soprano
|Ich weiß nicht was soll es bedeuten - Agnes Hermann|
The Cylinder Archive [www.cylinder.de] release for July 2014:Taken in 1907, this is the second and last of the only two recordings, Agnes Hermann did record for Edison. This widely known traditional is based on the peom by Heinrich Heine with music by Friedrich Silcher.To learn more about this song. (Wikipedia)Her first recording, Es ist bestimmt in Gottes Rat, was the title of the month for May 2014.
Keywords: cylinder record; classical; opera; soprano; german
|Es ist bestimmt in Gottes Rat - Agnes Hermann|
The Cylinder Archive [www.cylinder.de] release for May 2014: This old classical tradition, composed by Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (1809-1847) in with lyrics by Ernst von Feuchtersleben (1806-1849) is one the only two cylinders that the profound soprano Agnes Hermann recorded for Edison in 1906. Her recordings are today regarded of high musical value.
Keywords: cylinder record; classical; opera; soprano; german
Downloads: 154 (1 review)
|Lollypops - Albert Benzler|
The Cylinder Archive [www.cylinder.de] release for September 2007: Lollypops - an instrumental Xylophone solo, played by Albert Benzler. Edison Gold Moulded cylinder record #9846
Keywords: cylinder record; xylophone; instrumental; band
|By the dear old River Rhine - Albert Campbell & Irving Gillette|
An earlier Wax Amberol recording released later also on Blue Amberol. Unless the post-1914 recordings this one was recorded directly on cylinder (no dubbing from Diamond Disc). Therefore the earlier Blue Amberols sound very crisp and clear compared to their later counterparts. Edison Blue Amberol #2410 (Wax Amberol 4M-872 Master), recorded in 1911, performed by Albert Campbell and Irving Gillette (Henry Burr).
Keywords: cylinder record; edison; blue amberol; duet
|Das träumende Schneeglöckchen - Albert Müller mit Orchester|
The Cylinder Archive [www.cylinder.de] release for February 2010: Das träumende Schneeglöckchen (The dreaming Snowdrop), a xylophone solo with orchestra acompaniment by Albert Müller, recorded on a German Electra 2-minute cylinder record from ca. 1908. Record transferred by the use of the Passive High-Rise playback system.
Keywords: cylinder record; electra; elektra; xylophon; xylophone; solo; orchestra; instrumental
|Cantique de Noel: Minuit, chretiens! - Albert Quesnel|
The Cylinder Archive [www.cylinder.de] release for December 2008: The popular French Christmas carol, sung by Albert Quesnel on Edison Blue Amberol #2285 from January 1914.
Keywords: cylinder record; blue amberol; christmas; french; noel; xmas; carol; tenor
|Scrooge's Awakening - Albert Whelan|
A British Christmas carroll selection on a Sterling Cylinder Record #276 from ca. 1904.
Keywords: cylinder record; scrooge; charles dickens; christmas; xmas; british; england
|Teach me how to kiss - Alma Jones|
A British selection from an Pink Lambert type Edison-Bell Indestructible cylinder #901, recorded in 1903.
Keywords: cylinder record; vocal; female; music hall
|Turkey Trot - American Symphony Orchestra|
The Cylinder Archive [www.cylinder.de] release for September 2012: The Turkey Trot Two-Step was a quite popular title in 1908. By then, the Edison Company had also stopped to record announcements before the selection would start.
Keywords: cylinder record; edison; two-step; band; ragtime; two step; phonograph
|Ripples - a Serenade - American Symphony Orchestra|
A later Edison Gold Moulded cylinder, just after they stopped to record announcements. Courtesy of German Museum of Technology Berlin (GDTM) [www.dtmb.de]
Keywords: orchestra; instrumental; cylinder record
|Miserere (Il Trovatore) - Anna Case, Paul Althouse|
The Cylinder Archive [www.cylinder.de] release for November 2007: A well known aria from Verdi's 'Il Trovatore' here from a Blue Amberol #28197 cylinder from 1914.
Keywords: cylinder record; classical; verdi; trovatore; aria
|It's hard to kiss your sweetheart when the last kiss means good-bye - Arthur C. Clough|
Edison Gold Moulded cylinder record #10251, recorded in July of 1909.
Keywords: cylinder record, tenor
|Shaky Eyes - Arthur Collins|
The Cylinder Archive [www.cylinder.de] release for September 2010: Shakey Eyes, sung by Arthur Collins from ca. 1910 on a 2-minute Indestructible cylinder record. By then, the recording quality of cylinder records had remarkably improved.
Keywords: cylinder record; solo; comic song; acoustic
|Trans-mag-ni-fi-can-bam-dam-u-al-i-ty - Arthur Collins|
The Cylinder Archive [www.cylinder.de] release for August 2011: A comic song by Arthur Collins, one of the most busy recording artists of his time. Enjoy this nice tune with a real special wording. Can you sing it along?
Keywords: cylinder record; comic; collins; song; vocal
|Down at the Huskin' Bee - Arthur Collins & Byron G. Harlan|
The Cylinder Archive [www.cylinder.de] release for June 2008: Down at the Huskin' Bee, a ragtime-influenced duet by Collins & Harlan, recorded 99 years in July of 1909 an released on Edison Gold Moulded cylinder #10234. This is a modified version of S. R. Henry's Barn Dance with additional text added.
Keywords: cylinder record; wax cylinder; gold moulded; duet; ragtime; collins; harlan
|Marriage is sublime - Arthur Collins, Byron G. Harlan|
The Cylinder Archive [www.cylinder.de] release for April 2014: The duets of Collins and Harlan were especially popular on Edison, but they did also serve other companies, such as this recording made for Lambert ca. 1901. The arrangement with its tapping is very much pre-1902 and often found on earlier ragtime style selection in of the brown wax cylinder era. At the very beginning before the announcement even starts, one can clearly hear a humming background, caused by the phonograph motor while ...
Keywords: cylinder record; collins; harlan; lambert; edison; phonograph; comic
|On the banks of the Rhine with a Stein - Arthur F. Collins, Byron G. Harlan|
A crazy duet, they try hard to speak a few bits of German - not always right... Edison Gold Moulded #9124, recorded in July 1905.
Keywords: cylinder record; comic; duet; german
|Good-bye Broadway, hello France - Arthur Fields with Chorus|
One of the most popular World War 1 songs that were issued on by Edison. This one was recorded in 1917. Issued on Edison Blue Amberol Record #3321
Keywords: cylinder record; blue amberol; ww1; world war 1; marching song
|Skylark - Arthur Leonard|
A sentimental song from approx. 1903, taken from the British Edison-Bell Indestructible cylinder #5911 at 144rpm. Music and words by E. W. Rogers Edison relaesed this Song under the name: "Skylark! skylark!, or: The boy's message"
Keywords: cylinder record; lambert; british
|Dort vergiss leises Fleh'n aus Figaro - Arthur Pacyna|
One of the rarer German classical selections on Edison Goldguss #16097. Recorded in October of 1909 in Berlin, Germay.
Keywords: cylinder record; german; figaro; classical; opera
|Spinn, spinn - Arvid Asplund|
The Cylinder Archive [www.cylinder.de] release for March 2009: Arvid Asplund, a baritone sings a Swedish traditional, recorded ca. 1906.
Keywords: cylinder record; baritone; svenska; swedish; ljög
Downloads: 842 (1 review)
|Du är min ro - Arvid Asplund|
The Cylinder Archive [www.cylinder.de] release for September 2011: A beautiful sacred Scandinavian selection ("You ease my mind") with orchestra accompaniment, recorded in 1906, composed by Karl Collan.
Keywords: cylinder record; classical; baritone; skandinavian; sacred
Downloads: 1,133 (3 reviews)
|Nothing hardly ever troubles me - Athur Collins & Byron G. Harlan|
One of the numerous duets by Collins & Harlan, from an indestructible cylinder from ca. 1908.
Keywords: cylinder record; indestructible; duet
|Street Piano Medley - August Molinari, Edward Meeker, Billy Murray, Len Spencer|
An interesting street piano arrangement done by August Molinari. Record announcement by Ed Meeker and Billy Murray (speaking with accent) and Len Spencer doing the street scene. From Edison Gold Moulded cylinder #9615, recorded in April of 1907.
Keywords: cylinder record; street piano; piano; August Molinari; Edward Meeker; Billy Murray; Len Spencer
Downloads: 9,353 (2 reviews)